Happy Pegula Day! With the new Sabres owner (T-Pegs to his friends) set to talk for the first time at 11 am today (come back and chat with us during the presser!) there's a lot of excitement in Sabreland.
It's Day One of the Pegula Era for Sabres - The Buffalo News
After nearly three months of hush-hush talking and behind-the-scenes negotiation, a new era of Buffalo Sabres hockey begins today.
Connolly's days as Sabre may be counting down - The Buffalo News
Tim Connolly has been with the Buffalo Sabres longer than any other player on the roster, coming from the New York Islanders in 2001 for Michael Peca. But this could be Connolly's final week with the team.
Ruff Has Message For Sabres New Owner - WGR 550
It's a pretty positive message - surprise!
All quiet in Pegulaville - Sabres Edge
Apparently the team practiced yesterday. I was too busy dreaming about Terry Pegula to notice.
Attention, Interest, Decision, Action. - The Goose's Roost
The Sabres might think about selling, but not because they could miss the playoffs.
Now is not the time: The case to sell at the deadline - 3rd Man In
What can the Sabres get for their trade pieces?
Pens get Neal from Stars for Goligoski - 2011 Trade Deadline
The Stars have acquired defenseman Alex Goligoski from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for left wing James Neal and defenseman Matt Niskanen.
Brian Burke keeps finger on trigger - The Globe and Mail
Leafs GM eager to continue trading spree, seeks defenceman next
McKenzie: Trade market as hot as it's been post-lockout - TSN
The shock waves are still being felt after last week's flurry of trade activity, especially the St. Louis-Colorado blockbuster involving Erik Johnson and Chris Stewart in the wee hours of Saturday morning.
Photoshop Exploration: The Many Drunken Moments of Patrick Kane - Blackhawks Down Low
We here at BHDL have hired a top notch team of secret operatives to find out just where Patrick Kane has been doing all of his partying lately.
NHL players deserve hazard pay for outdoor hockey hassle - Puck Daddy
According to the NHLPA and Calgary Flames GM Jay Feaster, the players who compete in the Winter Classic and the Heritage Classic do not directly receive any additional monetary compensation from the NHL.